'Learning chess step 4' byder på taktik, men der er flere træk i opgaverne end i step 3 - niveauet er højere. Derudover er der fokus på slutspillet, materialefordele og svage bønder.
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Løsningerne til opgaverne i step 4 kan downloades her
Forfatter(e): Rob Brunia & Cor van Wijgerden
Antal sider: 56
Målgruppe: Alle øvede spillere
The difficulty level of the material from the fourth step is higher than in step three. That is mainly the consequence of the increasing number of moves needed to solve the exercises. Most of the topics require solutions which are 2« move deep: White plays, Black answers, White plays, Black answers and Whites scores. That is why a good command and application of the topics from the third step are absolutely necessary.
Tactics are dominated in a large degree by the preparatory move. The immediate attack does not work yet and a preparatory action is necessary. All existing preparations are dealt with: luring, eliminating the defence, chasing, aiming and clearing.
Gradually, the positional aspects are going to play more and more (a modest) part in the games of the fourth step students. The best way to introduce this kind of vague topics is to use the endgame. The lessons about material advantage and endgame strategy contain many strategic issues. Furthermore, the lesson about the weak pawns makes students aware to be ( a bit more ) careful while playing with their pawns. The same applies to the lesson about the opening.
Anyway, it remains best to deal with the positional factors while commenting the games of the students.
This workbook works with the manual - Learning chess step 4 - manual
Next to the exercises there are also reminders in the workbook. These are short recapitulations of the lessons from the manual for the students.
There are 11 reminders
Eliminating the defender: interfering
Double attack: luring
Eliminating the defence: blocking
Pin: placing front and back piece
Double attack: eliminating the defence
Double attack: chasing and aiming
Attacking the castled king
Strategy in pawn endings
Double attack: clearing
Queen against pawn
On the remaining 48 pages there are always 12 exercises a page. That means the total number of 48x12-37 (the drawings) = 539 positions.